LCS and Toronto & York Region Labour Council hosted the Anti-Racism Forum on October 26, 2022, which focused on addressing anti-racism transformational change within the collective bargaining process, member-to-member racism, and constitutional change within unions and the broader Labour movement. What changes can we make from the inside out?
For more than 30 years, LCS has hosted an annual fundraising breakfast to bring together union leaders to support United Way Greater Toronto's annual campaign. We share a common goal – we want our communities to thrive.
The annual Labour Community Advocate (LCA) Networking Event brought Labour Community Advocates together for an enjoyable evening to reconnect, share their experiences since completing the LCA Training Program, and support one another.
The 17th annual Bromley Lloyd Armstrong Award was presented to Vanessa Stoby, Carol Wall, and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation - District 16, with Special Recognition presented to Carolyn Egan, for their tireless work in the areas of Equity, Inclusion, and Human Rights. Their work is nothing short of ground-breaking…and that’s being humble.
In 2021, Toronto & York Region Labour Council marked its 150th anniversary, and what better way to celebrate the occasion than with the election of Andria Babbington, the first woman of colour to sit as President. She's making history and it's just the beginning.